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How to Make Lots of Money for Your School: A Teacher’s Guide to Successful Sponsorship

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis  12 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 22 November 2007 | News How to Make Lots of Money for Your School: A Teacher’s Guide to Successful Sponsorshiplast_img read more

Neighbour gifts house in will

first_imgEnlisting Megan’s brother John Daniel to renovate the home, the couple have put in a brand new kitchen and bathroom. The new kitchen. There is only one bathroom but it is a stunner.They have polished the original timber floorboards, repainted inside, put on a deck to capitalise on city views and enclosed the downstairs laundry. The deck with city views.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoMr McIlwain said he believed Ms Ross would be proud of the result.“My favourite part of the house is the charm of it, and the features that were put in the house in the 1920s: the picture walls and panel ceilings and panel walls and of course the city views that are breathtaking.” The lounge room with chandelier and original features.And while it is hoped a young family will claim the property, Mr McIlwain will forever be grateful to the elderly neighbour who was adopted by his family.“I think that’s one of the beautiful things about it, we got to teach our kids respect for elders, and a sense of community and social obligation of looking after the needs of others,” he said.The house is being sold through David Moore of RE/MAX First Residential, Coorparoo. This three-bedroom house at 31 Sylvia St, Camp Hill is for sale now.WHEN Shirley Ross passed away at the age of 89, she gave her home to the only family she had, her neighbours. The house as it looked in 1999. Picture: CoreLogic.Now after an extensive renovation, the house at 31 Sylvia St, Camp Hill, is on the market for the first time.“Shirley was born in the front room of that house in 1929 and it’s stood proudly ever since,” said Tim McIlwain who lives next door with his wife Megan and six children. MORE REAL ESTATE STORIESlast_img read more

Premiere Tip! How to Create Subclips in Adobe Premiere

first_imgUse subclips in Adobe Premiere Pro to pull selects and better organize your projects!It’s often best to break your footage up into smaller clips so you can organize, and then locate, specific shots in your project.  This is especially true for interviews, where you may need to locate a specific quote quickly without any visual cues to find the shot.   This is where subclips in Adobe Premiere Pro come in!While you could set In and Out points and then drop those parts on to the timeline this isn’t the most efficient way way to work.  Instead, work through your footage, breaking each clip down into smaller subclips.  Assign each subclip a unique name that makes it more easily identifiable in the project.  For example, the footage in the below clip is called ‘Lakes_Animals’ which is ok, but there are several animals in this clip.  When breaking this clip out into smaller subclips, it would be best if I gave each subclip a name that appropriately represents the animal (or insect) in that particular shot.So how do I do create subclips in Adobe Premiere Pro?First, double click the footage in Premiere to open it in the Source Monitor. Set an In point and an Out point for the piece you want to subclip out.Source Monitor with In & Out pointsOnce you have your In and Out points set out there are several ways to create your sub-clip.Click on the ‘Clip’ menu and choose the second option ‘Make Subclip…’.Right click the Source Monitor and choose ‘Make Subclip…’ from about a third of the way down.Hold the Control key on a PC or the Command key on a Mac and drag the clip to the Project Panel.  You will get this option:Subclip renaming optionMake sure you use this to give the subclip a name that actually means something to you!   For example, if it were part of a long interview, use a title to express what the subject was saying.  This makes it more easily searchable for when you want to find it and add it to the timeline later.  Searchability is key!Re-named Sub-clip & Original Clip with In & Out Points RemovedHave any Adobe Premiere Pro workflow tips to share?We want to hear from you in the comments!last_img read more

PBA: NorthPort keeps playoff bid alive, beats Alaska

first_imgMANILA, Philippines–NorthPort stayed in the playoff hunt after fending off Alaska, 94-84, for its second straight win in the crucial stretch of the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES MOST READ Sport officials set aside differences as pep rally kicks off countdown to SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgiving Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Google Philippines names new country directorcenter_img View comments Meanwhile, Alaska, which dropped to 4-7 with no games left on its schedule, is going to rely on the results of other matchups to determine if it still has a playoff shot.Carl Bryan Cruz had 23 points for the Aces with Sonny Thoss and Simon Enciso added 14 and 11 points, respectively. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles In a heated race to the next round, the Batang Pier gained a half a game edge over the Aces, giving them a chance for at least a playoff for a quarterfinal berth. They are tied with NLEX at 4-6.Sean Anthony unleashed a monster 24-point, 17-rebound performance when NorthPort needed it most while Stanley Pringle added 21 points.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsWith only three more spots left in playoffs, NorthPort has a chance to secure its bid if it teams Ginebra next Wednesday after the All-Star break.NLEX, which is also seeking a ticket to post-season, plays Magnolia (5-5) in the other deciding game. Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snaglast_img read more

Pujara hundreds, Pant banter and Dhoni 2.0: Recapping India’s historic Australia tour

first_imgAfter lost chances in South Africa and England, India, the top-ranked Test side, were under a bit of pressure to shed their tag of poor travellers. Questions were being asked of Virat Kohli’s captaincy and the support staff’s contribution as the Asian giants were led by tactical blunders in the two previous overseas tours of 2018.However, Team India, as conceded by several members of the unit, learned from the mistakes made in South Africa and England and used the learnings to create history in Australia. The focus, as expected, was around Virat Kohli in the lead up to the two-month-long tour. Columns were written about the India captain, he was the central figure in the host broadcaster’s promotional videos ahead of the Test series.When Cheteshwar Pujara showed us traditional Test match batting still works However, Cheteshwar Pujara undoubtedly emerged as the star for the visitors in the much-talked-about Test series. He scored 521 runs from four matches to lead India to their first-ever Test series win on Australian soil. More than the number of runs he had scored, the amount of time he spent at the middle ground down a top-class Australian attack.In a span of 1258 deliveries and close to 30 hours, the man from Rajkot told the world that there is still place for traditional Test batting in the era of franchise-based T20 leagues.Former Australia captain Ian Chappell perfectly summed up the impact Pujara had created in the Test series in Australia.”While the Australian cricket team was keeping a wary eye on Virat Kohli, Pujara snuck up from behind and executed the perfect mugging. In addition to helping India win a series for the first time in Australia, he frustrated a top-class opposition attack to the point of submission,” Chappell wrote in his column for ESPNCricinfo.advertisementBumrah breathes fire! It was refreshing to see the Indian batting unit put behind the memories of failures in South Africa and England and compliment the fine work from the ever-consistent Indian bowling attack.The Indian pace trio of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma made life difficult for the Aussie batsmen and clearly outclassed their counterparts.Bumrah was breathing fire when he had the new ball in his hands. With the old ball as well, his pace and intensity seldom dipped as he cracked open a few helmets during his fiery spells.Pant wins banter battle on Australia tour Not just the battle with the bat and ball, India were also unbeatable when it came to playing mind games. Rishabh Pant was constantly chirping from behind the wickets and won a lot of hearts when he babysat for Australia captain Tim Paine. The photograph of the India wicketkeeper with Paine’s kids shared by the latter’s wife went viral on social media. Unlike the tours in the past, never did any member from the two teams cross the line.Coach Ravi Shastri took pride in the team’s efforts. Apart from heaping praise on his captain, Shastri acknowledged the contributions of Pujara and the bowling attack during his exclusive chat with India Today. The former India captain didn’t think twice about admitting that they had made mistakes on their tours of South Africa and England.MS Dhoni 2.0While the Test series ended with party scenes in the Indian camp, Australia began the ODI series on a high. For Virat Kohli’s men, the 34-run defeat in Sydney meant a rocky start to the World Cup year. MS Dhoni’s 96-ball 51 in the first ODI on Saturday seemingly compounded India’s woes. Cut to January 18, Dhoni was the toast of the nation. The veteran wicketkeeper-batsman, whose mind is heavily insulated against outside noise, proved he still has the goods in him by smashing back-to-back match-winning half-centuries.With three half-centuries in as many matches, Dhoni helped India clinch their first-ever bilateral ODI series in Australia. More importantly, he helped himself by silencing his critics in the lead up to the all-important Cricket World Cup.Virat Kohli was seen unwinding at the Melbourne Park after the ODI series. He was in Melbourne, with his wife Anushka Sharma, enjoying some Australian Open tennis action and posing for photographs with all-time great, Roger Federer.”An amazing way to finish the Australian summer,” he wrote on social media. And that summed it up all!Also See:last_img read more

22 days agoBarcelona keeper Ter Stegen: Everything in order between players and board

first_imgBarcelona keeper Ter Stegen: Everything in order between players and boardby Paul Vegas22 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen insists there’s no problem between the players and the board.Gerard Pique has accused board members of planting stories in the local press blaming the players for their poor start to the season.But after victory in the Champions League against Inter Milan, Ter Stegen said: “Between the team and the board of directors, everything is in order and the rest… “I am happy to be here and play football… And nothing more. “This is a club and what you have to do is be united.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

13 days agoSolskjaer keen for Man Utd to use Spanish scouting service

first_imgSolskjaer keen for Man Utd to use Spanish scouting serviceby Paul Vegas13 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to use a Spanish consultancy service to help with transfer plans.Solskjaer has recommended to United they join the client list of Madrid-based company Driblab which has a detailed database on more than 100,000 players and potential signings, says the Daily Mail.A dozen clubs in La Liga are already subscribers as are Nottingham Forest who used the available information before making a number of signings in the summer to aid their promotion push to the Premier League.Driblab evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of players from the age of 16 in more than a hundred different competitions – down to the detail of how injuries affect their ability or run and kick the ball. They also use an advanced algorithm to draw up an expected goals formula to see if attackers and goalkeepers are performing above or below standard. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Photo: Xavier Is Preparing For Tonight’s Game vs. Arizona By Listening To DMX’s “X Gon’ Give It To Ya” On Repeat

first_imgChris Mack with his mouth wide openCINCINNATI, OH – FEBRUARY 28: Head coach Chris Mack of the Xavier Musketeers reacts in the first half of a game against the Providence Friars at Cintas Center on February 28, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Xavier won 84-74 to claim the Big East Conference regular season title. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Xavier is an 11.5-point underdog in tonight’s Sweet 16 match-up against No. 2 seed Arizona, but if the program’s Spotify playlist is to be believed, the Musketeers are receiving proper motivation. Xavier Athletics tweeted out a picture of a playlist, which is just DMX’s 2003 hit “X Gon’ Give It To Ya” on repeat.Tonight’s playlist. #XMarchesOn pic.twitter.com/fdfsFfI0tv— Xavier Musketeers (@XUAthletics) March 26, 2015When it comes to X vs. the ‘Cats, one of the verses is a bit prophetic.Ain’t never gave nothin’ to me But every time I turn around Cats got they hands out wantin’ something from me I ain’t got it so you can’t get it Lets leave it at that cuz I ain’t with itPeople are certainly not giving Xavier a real chance in this one. We’ll have to see if the Musketeers can pull the major upset.last_img read more

Montreal sets up hotline for citizens to report coyote sightings

first_imgMONTREAL – After almost 400 reported sightings of coyotes on the island of Montreal over the past nine months, authorities announced on Tuesday a new hotline citizens can use if they spot the wild animals, who continue to pose risks to public safety.Montreal joins several other Canadian cities, such as Toronto, Vancouver and Niagara Falls, that have set up hotlines and put in place other measures to deal with coyotes who inhabit urban environments.Emilie Thuillier, a Montreal borough mayor and the city’s spokesperson on the coyote issue, said the presence of the animals in residential areas needs to be taken seriously.Aside from the new hotline that goes into service on Wednesday, the city formed a committee that is organizing information sessions about coyotes, patrols in various urban parks and door-to-door visits.There have been 379 sightings on the island of Montreal since last June, Thuillier said, but added there is no indication how many different coyotes might be involved.If there are 10 reported sightings in one day, it is usually the same coyote that’s been seen, Thuillier explained.“We know that there have been coyotes in Montreal for the past 40 years and particularly in the city’s large parks,” she said. “They usually wander along railway tracks that pass through residential areas.”She said coyotes are generally afraid of humans and are aggressive in only a few cases, but it’s unclear what triggers the wild animals to attack.“We don’t know why and that’s why we tell people not to feed them,” Thuillier said.Since last June, she said there have been five reported incidents on the island of Montreal involving aggressive coyotes that have snapped at people and nipped at their pants, but no one was hurt.There have also been 10 cases of dogs being bitten, with one dying, she said. Some of the attacks were in her northeastern borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville.Lesley Sampson, who co-founded Coyote Watch Canada in 2008, said in an interview there’s been a noticeable increase in the number of communities that have consulted her non-profit advisory council.“For me, the increase in the consultations since 2010 has just blossomed,” said Sampson.Sampson said her nation-wide organization, which is based in southern Ontario, has helped communities implement a “humane wildlife strategy framework.”Trapping and killing the animals doesn’t solve anything because more will move in, she said.Sampson noted that Vancouver, for example, has had a co-existence program in place since the 1990s.Carey Campbell, Niagara Falls city manager, says 127 coyote sightings were reported in her region since January 2017, but none were threatening.She said residents began reporting the sightings in 2009.“If there are concerns about the animals going into residential areas, feeding off people’s compost or garbage, we’ll do an education blitz in the neighbourhood,” Campbell said.last_img read more

Kamalaya Koh Samui is Awarded Destination Spa of The Year Asia

first_imgThis latest award follows on from Kamalaya’s success in 2011 winning three awards; including two awards for its cuisine voted winner of Best Conscious Cuisine at the 2011 Crystal Awards Asia Pacific in Singapore and named Spa Retreat of the Year and Spa Cuisine of the Year at the 7th Annual Asia Spa Awards in Hong Kong in November. Since opening in 2005, Kamalaya has won more than 22 awards. “It really is a great honour to win these awards.  Our vision has always been to inspire our guests and our team, and hopefully people everywhere, to live with greater health and harmony. Each award is a reminder of that vision, a confirmation that we are having an impact and a motivation for us to continue evolving and improving,” said John Stewart, Kamalaya Chairman and Co-founder. “We applaud our team as this is very much their success and it is wonderful to see their work and dedication acknowledged.” Kamalaya is located amid a lush, tropical landscape on the southern coast of Koh Samui, Thailand. The resort integrates healing practices and treatments from East and West, a beautiful natural environment, inspired healthy cuisine, customised programs and wellness retreats to offer a unique concept in personal wellbeing and holistic lifestyle possibilities. Source = Kamalaya Koh Samui Kamalaya Wellness Sanctuary & Holistic Spa was honoured with the award for Destination Spa of the Year: Asia & Australasia at the World Spa awards hosted in London last night.The World Spa Awards took place at the Park Lane, Hilton after an expert panel of 7 international judges selected the finalists during a vigorous process including two site visits per application.  Kamalaya faced exceptional competition from across the world, and was shortlisted alongside three other finalists Chiva-Som International Health Resort, The Dheva Spa & Wellness Centre at The Mandarin Oriental, Chang Mai and Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat on the Gold Coast Australia.The awards included two categories across multiple territories allowing the best spa and hotel resorts to be recognised geographically. The two awards for Hotel Spa of the Year and Destination Spa of the Year were segregated into regions encompassing Asia & Australasia, America (North & South), Africa, Middle East & Africa as well as Europe. Following a visit from both an “official” judge and a “mystery” judge the final winners in each category were selected for best practice, excelling in client service with a well researched and comprehensive menu of treatments, high quality training and having a point of difference from the opposition through implementation of innovative ideas amongst other criteria.last_img read more